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or call. >> cenk: in the last segment rocky -- that's why you can visit tyt. "viewpoint" is next. john fuglesang senate republicans used a filibuster to block a vote on former senator chuck hagel for defense secretary. congratulations, harry reid, you built this. barack obama killed osama bin laden so republicans are killing the post office. thom hartmann joins us on that. republicans are still fighting each other. it is like a civil war with the south fighting the south. and eliot spitzer is with us tonight which is historic because you know conan's not going on jay. today is the birthday of carl bernstein, florence henderson is 79. also the birthday of keller and somewhere, somehow jimmy hoffa is celebrating his 100th birthday. we celebrate valentine's day to publicly demonstrate your affection with crap. this is "viewpoint." >> john: good evening, i'm john fuglesang. coming up, another state moves a big step closer to approving american equality and another conservative moves a big step closer to having a heart attack over it. bp pays billions in fines for the gulf oil spill then ge
tomorrow to host "the young turks." vip is next with john fugelsang. >> john: president obama gave his fifth state of the union address last night. there are many highlights, especially the moment where he mentioned governor romney and everyone in congress replied who? marco rubio proves it's possible to sweat profusely when you're standing in near darkness. and the voting rights act. two things that could hurt republicans come election time: voting and rights. kim novak is 80 and it's the birthday of peter gabriel. it's henry rollins birthday. [ ♪ music ♪ ] japan good evening i'm john fugelsang. coming up it's ha st. zinger, not r atzenberger my bad. and marco rubio channels his inner mitt romney before blaming god for last night's splashdown. and rand paul doubles the tea party's fun with the state of the united states address. president obama laid out legislative agenda including a hike to minimum wage. >> reader effort and determination with wages that allow working families to raise their kids and get ahead. >> john: he put it a little more strongly last night. >> obama: tonig
don't know yet. viewpoint is next. stay tuned. >> john: electing a democrat in in 2016, and a special f-bomb on why liberals need to shut occupy and let ted nugent talk as much as possible. and today is the birthday of charles darwin, abraham lincoln and happy 75th birthday to judy plume. 14 years ago today bill clinton was acquitted by the u.s. senate in his impeachment trial. 13 house republicans prosecuted him but only one of those congressmen ever made it to the senate after spending millions of taxpayer dollars in a failed partisan effort to humiliate and destroy a democratic president. that man's name? lindsey graham. here's "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: good evening, i'm john fugelsang, coming up in just over an hour president obama will deliver his fifth state of the union address to a politically polarized audience outside capitol hill and their polarized representatives and senators under the capitol dome. now current tv will be covering the speech in its entirety, and i'll be back to break it down with panel include current's cenk uygur and. michael shure. t
tonight. "viewpoint" is next. >> john: washington, d.c. or as fox news put it, a few people loitered around outside the white house. tim tebow is so christian he's going to speak at a church whose pastor has hatred for jews and gay folks and catholics. since tim tebow thanks goode when he place football, does he have to thank football when he goes to church? tonight we launch wtf america where each week we'll highlight the most ridiculous stupidity of a different state. tonight we honor mississippi for finally ratifying the amendment that bans slavery after someone saw lincoln and realized they hadn't gotten around to it yet. today is the birthday of smokey robinson benicio del toro and it is the 540th birthday of nicholas cop in cuss, the mathematician who said the sun didn't move, the earth did. kansas is sure to start teaching that in public schools any day now. this is "viewpoint." >> john: good evening i'm john fuglesang. thank you for joining us tonight. coming up, the white house press corps demands complete transparency where the president's golf dates are concerned. tens of
. it was a dream. maybe someday. john: you often we're ignored by many but you did get more than 2 million votes in the republican primaries.n >> i was pleased, you always d want to do better if i wasi wase encouraged by the young people that showed up that is where i became more optimistic. i did watch some of theour "state of the union" messageat tonight i did not come out very optimistic with that but this -- addressing. on college campuses there is bw reason to be optimistic. >> young people, it is so different than my first got into politics in 1970. people do care about limited government. john: you did not attend many states of the union, i don't blame you. they will show up 10 hours early to be at the end of the aisle to get there face on tv. is a se >> i watched a little bitrrie tonight and i think it is like the circus and rushing in there to get the seats they will occupy a seat hours and hours before the jumping up and down in the rich will going through. the republicans get up or sit down old this when everybody gets up thisat mightae outside the world was saved if you just walked
and individuals: and by: and the annual financial support of: hello, i'm john lithgow. welcome to "american cinema." in "the man who shot liberty lance," john ford's great film a newspaperman says, "whethe legendecomes fact, print the legend." that may not be good journalism but it makes a good western. the history of the western is often a history of legends, billy the kid, wyatt ear the nfht at the ok corral. not the real west, but a mythical place full of images that are uniquely american: the enrontier, the outlaw, the solitary, often reluant hero. the western is also landscapes; a unique stage on which dramas from the american experience get played out. a young man rebels against his stepfathern "red river." an uncle beces obsessed with finding his niece in "the searchers." a reformed killer is caught up in a venance out of control in "unforgiven." since "the great train robbery" of 1903, hundreds of westerns have been made. it's the great american form, our equivalent of classic greek tragedy, where we replay and reinterpret stories of america, as eli wallach recounts r us in "the western."
committee member, congressman dennis nunes of california. john silva joins us to talk about his runaway markets, and chris stirewalt will straighten out as much of my political thinking as he can. thank you for joining us over this weekend. we hope you have a wonderful the era of big government is over but it's not. it is getting bigger. what is in store for our future? tonight. [applause] >> my audience and i just watched the state of the union. once again i am freaked out. president says he will not increase the deficit but the government will consume more money and more of my freedom that is what i heard. with someone who respects the dignity of the individual, individual freedom if only ron paul would run for president. he is here. dr. paul why did you run for president? >> that is interesting had a dream that i did and i was doing very well and i won the primary in iowa and a look of the next morning and my name was never mentioned. i guess it was a dream but i thought about it. >> but you did get in the republican primary more than 2 million votes. >> deal is one to do better but
. level think people get that full show what does government do to create jobs? john: government can create jobs and pay people. >> magicians can create rabbits. [laughter] not in the real world. [laughter] with the mayors -- aristocracy versus capitalism you can achieve success, not be bailed out then this economy creates jobs and allows people to move ahead as abraham lincoln said improve their lot in life. government hurts' opportunities come to keep people in their place and is not a how to create things. free the people. they will do its. [laughter] john: you may kitchen ventilation systems in the kitchen to suck up the bad air but government wants to make your business better so then they will help all of the of the if you focus on 79 pages of regulation, and many manufacturers are very small, it is too abstract it is impossible to read. >> notice of proposed rulemaking subsection 13, a complete missing in action is unintelligible then they try to make your fans used less electricity. so we have a paradox but he wants to regulate us to death so with creativity with the small in
john: a debate over the role of government, sparked by the president's state-of-the-union address. did he find common ground or open a deeper divide? i'm john dickerson, in for gwen ifill. tonight, on "washington week." >> together, we have cleared away the rubble of crisis. we can say with renewed confidence that the state of our union is stronger. john: mr. obama tells congress and the nation he's got big ideas. >> i propose working with states to make high-quality preschool available to every single child in america. i propose a "fix it first" program to put people to work as soon as possible on our most urgent repairs. raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. john: republicans see it as a sign to balloon the government. >> to make it to the middle class no matter where you start out in life, it isn't bestowed to us by washington. >> what's next? >> gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of newtown deserve a vote! the families of aurora deserve a vote! john: covering the week, karen tumulty of "the washington post," todd purdum of "vanity fair," jeff zeleny with "the
union is stronger. john: mr. obama tells congress and the nation he's got big ideas. >> i propose working with states to make high-quality preschool available to every single child in america. i propose a "fix it first" program to put people to work as soon as possible on our most urgent repairs. raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. john: republicans see it as a sign to balloon the government. >> to make it to the middle class no matter where you start out in life, it isn't bestowed to us by washington. >> what's next? >> gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of newtown deserve a vote! the families of aurora deserve a vote! john: covering the week, karen tumulty of "the washington post," todd purdum of "vanity fair," jeff zeleny with "the new york times," and eamon javers of cnbc. >> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens, live, from our nation's capital, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill. corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by --. >> we went out and asked people a simple question, how old is the oldest person y
was john taylor, rev. john taylor. and john taylor is an intellectual. he is very complicated. he is a bit torn about nixon. and he admired nixon's mind. and he wanted nixon's library to be credible. now, i don't believe that every member of the nixon foundation shared john's intellectual goal. he really wanted the cold war historian. he knew who i was because i had worked on the project with pda. i just let the materials speak for themselves. i write books, but on different subjects. john taylor wanted me, too. he was hired by then-president george w. bush. my first book is about the cuban missile crisis. both of them wanted me. they came to me. i did not apply for the job. from the beginning, i said, look, i am a historian. we have to have a place where history is so comfortable. i am not a member of the republican party. i am not partisan crowd i am now going to become a member of the republican party. and that is aside from the fact that i was gay. i told them come if you want this, this is what you will get. i was very straightforward. i spoke with julie nixon eisenhower and tricia ni
washington, sitting in for gwen ifill this week, john dickerson of "slate magazine" and cbs news john: good evening, this week, president obama gave the first state-of-the-union address of his second term. it was packed with almost 30 different policy proposals, some, like immigration reform, were familiar. others, like his call for expanding preschool and rating colleges, were new. it was a robust vision for a president engaged in hand-to-hand combat congressional republicans over the basic exchanges of government. still, the president said the country could afford all of it. >> nothing i'm proposing tonight should increase our deficit by a single dime. it is not a bigger government we need, but a smarter government that sets priorities and invests in broad-based growth. john: , so, karen, if bill clinton kind the famous phrase that the era of big government over, did president obama launch the era of smart government? >> that's going to depend on what side of the aisle you were sitting on when you listened to the speech. but one thing about the speech, there was just a lot in it. he touch
on that forecast coming up. >> the deadline to apply for john leopold's job ended about three minutes ago, and a number of local politicians are throwing their name in the ring. acting county executive john hammond is interested in filling in. other candidates include steven schuh, county counsel chair jerry walker, vice chair john grasso, thomas angelis, and former maryland first lady kendel ehrlich. the county council will interview the candidates vote on february 21. john leopold resigned after being convicted of misconduct in office. there is no chance you will get a new trial with his request being rejected as the judge said it was a without merit. he can still collect his state and county pension. sentencing is scheduled for march 14. the i-team continues to cover -- uncovered new details about a training incident that put a training in a hospital. the instructor has been identified as 46-year-old william kern. investigators say he accidentally grabbed and fired his duty weapon during a training exercise. the university of maryland baltimore campus trainee took a bullet to the head
. john harwood, as we understand it, john, the white house still feels confident that chuck hagel will be confirmed but they also believe this tactic may work against the republicans later on. >> well, it's an interesting test, tamron, because, you know, the white house has adopted a posture of trying to call the republican's bluff on issue after kwusissue. the white house is counting on it working in the case of chuck hagel. the white house has been calling out republicans on this filibuster and you just hadden john mcsay a few minutes ago that we're going to get to a 51-vote sequester. the white house has had success so far -- but the signs are positive that hagel ultimately will be concerned, the question is how long and is there any possibility that hagel in the meechbt decides to step out and take himself out of the consideration, at least that's not what the white house wants. >> big picture here, though, john, our first read team says this is a reminder for all future legislative fights and nomination battles. we'll see over the next four years, let's stop pretending this w
today, you could have witnessed some very strange weather. what could be next? let's check in with john collins. >> temperatures were cold, we did not get out of the '30's. and the wind made us feel much cooler than on that. we essentially pulled in some of these clouds, these dots on the radar producing some snow showers. nothing measurable, only trace amounts. it still felt like winter. its debt in winter and in new england where the center of the storm is coming near nova scotia. what happens after this? forecast just ahead. >> we are monitoring the recovery and tonight we're live from rosedale where they're holding a fund-raiser for young dakota. >> 7-year-old dakota is well on the way to recovery. >> thank you, everybody. i love you guys. >> that's dakota. he's enjoying all the people who came to support him today. he has had a difficult to and have -- two and a half months. and a number procedures at johns hopkins hospital. he even went back to jim class. >> when i went and saw him in the e.r. i never would have expected this, you know? now to look at him and see that he will be a
, john boehner. >> i now pass this gavel and the sacred trust that goes with it to the new speaker. god bless you, speaker boehner. >> he is a career politician, ohioan, hard scrabble upbringing. arrived in 1990, was part of the gang that went after the democrats over the bank scandals. rose to power, became a dealmaker. >> narrator: boehner had served ten terms in the congress, carefully working his way up the leadership ladder. >> john boehner regards himself as an institutionalist, a guy who really loves, reveres even, the house of representatives. >> narrator: but now, boehner would have to lead a class of insurgents. >> i don't think he knew what had fallen into his lap. i don't think he recognized that this was going to be such a hard ride. >> house republicans in the 112th congress plotted strategy. >> narrator: the week after they were sworn in, boehner and the house republicans headed to a private retreat in baltimore. >> two and a half days of presentations... >> narrator: they came together to bond and build a strategy. >> in baltimore, we were kind of laying out the plan and
john mccain. i told you it would come to this and now we've got the proof on camera. a party that spits at its leaders listens only to the loudest, angriest person in the back row. boehner is nothing to this crowd. it never heard of kantor. mitch mcconnell, a nobody. what matters to the republican far right are the few to dare to be even further right. now the huffington post editorial director. the 2013 version of john mccain version took on his constituents who looked like a room full of right wing 2010 mccains with their anti-immigrant build a fence talk. here's a bit of his exchange, if you want to call it that, with angry right wing tea partiers. >> why didn't the army go down there and stop 'em? because the only thing that stops 'em, i'm afraid to say, and it's too damn bad, but is a gun. that's all that will stop 'em. >> the border is 2,000 miles long, sir. i don't know how many troops and army people you think would have been required. i don't know how many you think would be required, but i'll give you expert information that shows you that probably maybe you're talking about t
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for cloture and move on to his nomination. >> that's right. senators john mccain and lindsey graham will vote to end debate on the confirmation of chuck hagel, eventually, but today, they just didn't feel like it. they towed the party line and voted to block hagel's nomination. the procedural vote failed 40-58 with one senator voting present and one senator not voting. 54 democrats voted in favor as did four republicans. no cabinet member nominated for a national security post has ever been filibustered. only two cabinet secretary nominees in history have been filibustered. both eventually cleared their cloture votes 85-8. and both were eventually easily confirmed. today, senate majority leader harry reid knew he did not have the votes to clear the republican procedural hurdle, but scheduled a vote anyway to demonstrate this. >> republicans have made an unfortunate choice to ratchet up the level of destruction here in washington. there's nothing going to change in the next ten days about the qualifications of chuck hagel. i guess to be able to run for the senate as a republican in most places
by his predecessor john paul ii. they will look for somebody who will continue the same ol' outdated policies. with this new conclave, you may get a new face for the catholic church, but it will be the same ol' stuff. and it ain't goting to work. see you back here go ahead on monday. >> this is "the bill press show." ♪ theme ♪ stephanie: ok, then, hello happy friday, everybody. jacki sheckner had to do an emergency valentine's day intervention last night. >> yeah. stephanie: we were having a rough valentine. however, we did not just get off a carnival cruise ship. >> so you're not covered in crap. stephanie: emotionally i am. >> i did administer tough love. stephanie: that's what you're good at. >> get over it. stephanie: get off the cross somebody needs the wood. >> she always feels good calling me and then whatever, get off the phone. stephanie: i get my tough love and i know she's got other people to move on to. >> pity party we wrap it up. stephanie: we're on a schedule here. stephanie: b.f.f. in the current news center, jacki sheckner. >> president obama will welco
the press," senator john mccain said while he doesn't believe hagel is qualified, he also doesn't believe his nomination process should be held up any longer. the full senate is expected to vote on hagel when it reconvenes next week. >> all right. kristen welker tonight. thank you. >>> as you just heard, one of the big issues in the immigration debate is border security. despite progress claimed by the federal government, nbc's mark potter found that for some americans who live near mexico, the border is anything but secure. >> reporter: in the rugged terrain south of tucson, arizona, advocates concerned about u.s. border security took matters into their own hands and placed motion-sensitive hidden cameras on known smuggling trails and this is their video, revealing wave after wave of mexican drug and immigrant smugglers, some of them heavily armed, who cross the border and travel miles north inside the united states. >> you got a trail coming in. >> reporter: it's why rancher david beckham made the painful decision to move his family off his land, 12 miles north of the mexican border, be
by a former john hopkins doctor. >>> good afternoon. i'm don scott. >> i'm jessica kartalija. >> here's what people are talking about today the number of patients coming forward is increasing. women worry that their private parts are seen on video from the office of a former john hopkins doctor who killed himself. there are worries they have been posted online. wjz is live. mike schuh has the latest on an ever growing investigation. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. those are the top concerns. they are speaking out his patients. they are seeking legal advice and worrying that they're most private parts are being seen online. >> wjz learned that federal authorities are actively involved in the investigation of doctor nikita levy, the john hopkins gynecologist fired earlier this month accused of secretly taking pictures and video of his patients during examination. >> tracy williams is sick. >> what was he doing with the pictures and video? >> that's a being unknown. gynecologist í amphetamine í fete fetish porn is all over the internet. some claim to future videos by real doctor
defense secretary planned to impose furloughs, 800,000 civilian employees if the sequester hits, john boehner responded president obama is ultimately responsible for the military readiness and it's fair to ask, what is he doing to stop his sequester that would hollow out our armed forces. joining me now is kelly o'donnell. the president will kipitch this program that includes $50 billion for transportation infrastructure and a public-private partnership to attract financing that they have as a partnership to rebuild america and cutting red tape to get permits. sounds like a decent start. >> those are well-tested ideas. they like to see government deal with red tape and infrastructure is popular. those are solid ideas that the president can try to campaign on, if you will. he has the power of the office and the reach of the office that gives him a real advantage in this debate over the sequester cuts. being able to do those interviews across the country in key markets where there will likely be a profound impact and do an effect where he has himself surrounded by 50 responders. those a
of defense to make sure that the americans are getting the strategy that they deserve. >> john mccain offered this in to the pushback that the nominee is getting from within the gop ranks itself. >> there's a lot of ill will towards senator hagel because when he was a republican, he attacked president bush mercilessly which anti-his own party and people. >> we don't have a secretary of defense in place and we're not going to because of a seven year old political grudge. >> joining me now is diane black. representative, great to see you. >> it's great to be with you. thank you for having me today. >> you bet. >> the president is about to honor six women who died at sandy hook and talking about gun legislation, the president said in the state of the union they deserve a vote. what do you think to the representatives who have made the same call? >> i want to say i cannot imagine being in the situation of the terrible losses that happened there at sandy hook and my heart goes out to all of the family members and that entire community. first of all, the president has not put a plan on the table an
for you. >> reporter: heart attack grill owner, john basso, dresses up as a doctor and says the food in his restaurant is, quote, worth dying for. john almond was the volunteer spokesman at the heart attack grill in las vegas. he ate there every day. and, well, he just died of a massive heart attack. right outside the restaurant. the last spokesman, blair river, died too. he weighed 570 pounds. in 2012, two customers suffered heart attacks right in the restaurant. no less than 60 days apart. >> of course we've had heart attacks here. i wouldn't have it any other way. >> reporter: at heart attack grill, the unhealthier, the better. check out the menu. flatliner fries. butter fat shake. bypass burgers. >> it just warms my heart to see children come into the heart attack grill. >> reporter: this 8-year-old attempts to eat a burger dubbed the quadruple bypass. it has nearly 10,000 calories. >> it's absolutely slathered in lard. >> reporter: they celebrate extreme obesity. if you weigh over 350 pounds, your food is free. you think basso might feel bad about some of this. but he doesn't. n
him a racial slur. >>> the murder of john lennon and letters surfacing from his killer to the arresting officer. we are talking to the former cop. >>> and american whiskey reverses course after fans are angry over a formula change. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon and we want to get you up to speed on the day's headlines. sports history has been made today, and a boy's club no more. danica patrick has won the pole at daytona 500, and the first woman to win the pole at daytona or any sprint cup race. i interviewed danica a while ago and stay right there, and i will show you the full conversation in a few moments. >>> massive spending cuts are coming, and you should get ready for them and that what wyoming republican john barrasso said. remember the fiscal cliff a couple of months ago? well, they will kick in if nothing happens. democrats favor raising taxes and other alternatives to across the board cuts. so another deadline and countdown and plenty more budget fighting on capitol hill. >>> a top white house aide is defending a new administration plan for immigration r
. john mccain who's served the country so admirably has been angry. he's been saying enough of this when new allies gets out of hand. a combat vet at that. but the viciousness is something we haven't seen before because of its come by inbound nation of mccarthyism and weird connectedness, attacking chuck hagel because no one will give us info about the benghazi situation even though hagel wasn't in the government when it was happened. sick stuff and seems to be growing. the better he looks, the more these characters are determined to look. did you notice the smile, by the way, on john boehner's face sit behind the president on the state of the union. if you did, you're imagining things. so afraid of the hard-hating republicans that even boehner is scared to death of looking like he might like what the president is saying. let's go at it. our guests very joy read and michael steele former chair of the republican national committee. both very msnbc analysts and good ones. let's take a look at this. is this delay on the hagel vote about playing for time? well, "the new york times" reports t
to it. here they are the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith. john layfield. jonas max ferris along with larry glazier and caroline. gary b, forget hiking the minimum wage, you say scrapping it altogether is how to get better paying jobs. >> states with the highest minimum wage in many cases, higher than the current minimum wage that the fed, federal government outlines has higher unemployment than those states with lower minimum wage. look, it's simple economics, something which this current administration doesn't understand. when you raise the cost of labor, you have a surplus of labor, that's true in comments, stocks, whatever. when you have a surplus of labor, what do you have, brenda? you have higher unemployment and simple as that, this administration doesn't understand. >> so what do you think of that, caroline, would this help or hurt unemployment if we just got rid of the minimum wage? >> well, i think that would be a terrible idea and i disagree with gary b. actually those studies have experienced-- that's a relationship, other variables causing those differences because t
about watching the state of the union was watching how uncomfortable john boehner looked sitting behind him, and how to abide in periodically took out a pen and took notes. -- biden took out a pen and took notes. >> boehner has an uncomfortable job. >> he missed an opportunity a couple of years ago, with the brouhaha with the supreme court, to say, "i will ask you not to stand up." if we eliminated that, for one thing, it would be over in 40 minutes. i think it has been an artificial up and down, and downed. with sequestration, we are talking about real hits. we're talking about headstart, the most disadvantaged of kids, being cut. women and children on the low end, healthcare plans being cut. this is serious stuff. >> i would like to improve on mark's suggestion about state of the union, that we go all the way back to jefferson, who abolished its delivery and he did it in writing, until woodrow wilson -- for 100 years it was like a piece of paper, which is what it should be. wilson, of course, who did not have a lot of use for our constitution, made it into a theatrical event. [laughte
to himself or to society. he becomes an outlaw or a gun for hire. (narrator) in 1960, john sturges made the "magnificent seven," one of the first films dealing with the west's end. (john sturges) what does a gunfighter do after his prime is past? what do you do when you're a gunfighter? how do you retire? you're forced to change. you're forced to be somebody else. you're forced to cope. that's good story material. your gun has got you everything you have, isn't that true? hmmm? well isn't it true? yeah, sure, everything. after a while you can call bartenders and faro dealers by their first name, maybe 200 of them. nted rooms you live in, 500. meals you eat in hash houses, a thousand. home, none. wife, none kids, none. prospects, zero. (music playing) ♪ mamma, take ♪ this badge offa me ♪ i can't use it anymore ♪ it's gettin' dark ♪ too dark to see ♪ feel i'm knockin' ♪ on heaven's door ♪ (annick smith) in the western, there's a quest for the freedom and individuality. but it's also a quest for conquering the land and conquering the people who lived on it before you. and
secretary and his vote faced a filler . nomination of john brennan is hanging in the balance. senator graham is concerned that hagel might think the israelis have too much influence in washington. >> allege wouldly senator hagel said that the u.s. state department was adjunct of the israeli foreign minister's office which would be breath taking if he said that to have a view. i got a letter back from senator hagel in did you say that or believe that. high said he didn't recall that and disavowings. he also concerns about bengazi . even though hagel was not in time graham demanding answers. the white house said congress has plenty of answers from them about bengazi. >> you know, just the other day, our counselsent a letter to capitol hill on the latest on bengazi. that is it 10,000 pages of documents we have provided. >> the president himself said a lot of the questions of bengazi were driven by congress and they're running out of questions to ask. stiantor john mccain said hagel is not qualified but the senate should confirm him because a reasonable amount of time has passed. >> thank you, s
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